Alen Stajcic commits to Central Coast Mariners until 2022
The Central Coast Mariners are pleased to announce that Alen Stajcic and the club have reached an agreement that will see Stajcic appointed as Head Coach until the end of the Hyundai A-League 2021/22 season. Stajcic commenced his role as Caretaker Coach of the Mariners on Marc
NPL Wrap: Women’s Academy get back to winning ways
It was a weekend of mixed fortunes for our academy sides as the women beat Southern Branch FC 5-3 whilst the men fell 1-0 to Hills United. Central Coast Mariners Academy Women 5 (Collins 15th, Wise 18th, 73rd, Blanch 65th, 68th) Southern Branch FC 3 In a crucial match for D
Squad news: Young guns bound for Melbourne
Two Mariners Academy young guns will earn invaluable experience travelling with the Hyundai A-League squad in preparation for the Central Coast Mariners’ final game of the season. Having both made their Hyundai A-League debuts at Central Coast Stadium this season, Lewis Miller
Mariners Medal Dinner on-sale NOW!
The Central Coast Mariners will host the 2018/19 Mariners Medal Dinner proudly sponsored by Collaborative Construction Solutions, at the Terrigal Crowne Plaza on Friday, May 3. Tickets are on sale now! A limited number of tickets are on sale to the club's night of nights.
Kye Rowles to serve three-match suspension
The independent Match Review Panel (MRP) - consisting of Simon Micallef (Chair), Alan Contini and Adam D’Apuzzo - convened o...Tuesday, 23 April 2019 to consider an incident involving Kye Rowles (Rowles) of Central Coast Mariners in or around the 71st minute of Central Coast Marin
NPL Wrap: Ruiz-Diaz hat-trick caps off dream weekend
In a huge round of football for the Yellow & Navy, all teams on the Central Coast wearing the Mariners badge contributed to a successful weekend which saw just one loss across the Academy Youth Boys; Senior Men & Women’s teams adding to the success of our Hyundai A-League win ove
Highlights: Simon bags brace, Rowles scores maiden Mariners goal
The Central Coast Mariners delivered three points to their fans in the last home game of the season. Let's relive the tense affair between the Mariners and Western Sydney Wanderers, where the Yellow & Navy emerged 3-1 winners. Matt Simon opened the scoring with a free-kic
10-men Mariners fire three past Western Sydney
In their final home game of the season, the Central Coast Mariners fired three goals past the Western Sydney Wanderers to claim three points and send their passionate fan base home with a well-earned 3-1 win. Central Coast Mariners 3 (Simon 34’, 51, Rowles 57’) Western Sydney